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Oberon Outdoor Festival Kanangra Yerranderie Tagalong

Family-friendly 4WD Tag-a-long tour, showcasing the rugged Kanangra Boyd National Park and historic Yerranderie, located deep in the Blue Mountains Wilderness.

2-day Offroad Adventure features rugged 4WD touring, dramatic scenery, intriguing colonial history and sacred aboriginal sites. The tour includes quality campfire meals, with 1 night camping out under the stars at historic Yerranderie Town.  

Rated as ‘Medium’ in difficulty, this Tag-a-Long Tour is suitable for 4WD vehicles with low range.

Day 1, Saturday 28th October

09.00am:        MEET at Oberon Visitor Information Centre, 48 Ross Street, Oberon for your briefing

Explore picturesque 4WD trails of the Kanangra Boyd Plateau, tackling steep terrain and challenging creek crossings, as we work our way down to the valley floor to enjoy a superb campfire lunch by the Kowmung River.

Tackle rugged trails, stopping at waterfalls, lookouts and places of cultural significance to the local Wiradjuri mob. 

Our trail eventually leads us on to Mt Werong and the historic Colong Stock Route to the historic silver mining township of Yerranderie. Campground has hot showers and toilet facilities.  

Sit back and relax by the campfire whilst our evening meal sizzles away in the camp ovens.  

Day 2, Sunday 29th October

After a hot breakfast in Yerranderie, we meet ‘Mark’ – the colourful caretaker of the old mining town. Mark will take us on a detailed walking tour of the historic township and abandoned silver mine.   

We pack up camp at Yerranderie after a light lunch and head back towards Oberon via Ruby Creek. There will be some optional, more difficult 4WD tracks in the Gurnang State Forest. 

Approx 4pm:  Return to Oberon

Explore Yerranderie Town, Kanangra Boyd & Blue Mountains Wilderness – Simmo’s Offroad Tours (


Oct 28 – Oct 29


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